Intel G Graphic controller is not supported by Win But if you are proposing it as a solution, what advantage do you get from Windows 7 in XP compatibility over XP Native? Friday, June 25, 3: I’d also recommend some extra RAM. Microsoft does not publish any drivers for Intel hardware.

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Buy a decent video card with at least Mb of memory. Proposed as answer by Sidd sh Saturday, May 15, HOW many versions of Vista?

Support for Graphics Drivers for IntelĀ® G Graphics Controller

Tuesday, January 26, Intel has both bit and bit Windows 7 drivers on their website for your video card. If you want the glass Aero on Vista It’s in the same place as its always been, right click driver exe and select properties, click compatibility tab, check ‘run this program in compat.

By gore in forum Operating Systems Graphucs No that didn’t itel. You would need to run Windows 7 permanently in XP compatibility mode always.


Graphics Drivers for IntelĀ® 82845G Graphics Controller

Sunday, December 5, 9: This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear. Please reply back inte, so we can answer your problem faster! Thursday, November 5, 8: Friday, November 12, 4: Results 1 to 4 of 4 Thread: I guess I got in a hurry and misread the numbers. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread.

Or possibly has got stuck in a loop. Saturday, December 4, 5: Are you just messing around with it and have found it to be true?

Not particularly Stellar performance but it works. August 24th, Monday, June 21, 6: Proposed as answer by Rahul Seth Saturday, July 9, 9: Windows 7 Hardware Compatibility https: Intfl if you are proposing it as a solution, what advantage do you get from Windows 7 in XP compatibility over XP Native?

Try to install same windows XP driver in compatiblity mode and it will work.


So clunky, that I would not consider it a viable option. Thursday, November 5, Saturday, May 15, Just an opinion and looking for information. This is something I’d mess around with as a techie, but can’t figure out why anyone would buy Windows 7 only to have it run like XP when native XP performs much viwta.

Again, I want to be sure I understand, because I’ve used compatibility mode on other machines and its clunky. You only select the Compatibility mode for installation of the driver.

Marked as answer by Linda Yan Friday, November 6, 7: I have gone to Intel and they don’t show a driver for Windows 7.